Archive: December 3rd, 2020

Replying to a tweet from @ade_oshineye

But why would that change if the advertising were contextual instead of behavioural? The brokers wouldn’t change, just the algorithm that decides which ad to show.

Replying to a tweet from @ade_oshineye

I draw the exact opposite conclusion.

It would drive traffic to the sites with the best content—the more niche the content, the more suitable the advertising. Perfect for smaller publishers.

Replying to a tweet from @AdamRutherford

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My website is a shifting house next to a river of knowledge. What could yours be?

My favorite aspect of websites is their duality: they’re both subject and object at once. In other words, a website creator becomes both author and architect simultaneously. There are endless possibilities as to what a website could be. What kind of room is a website? Or is a website more like a house? A boat? A cloud? A garden? A puddle? Whatever it is, there’s potential for a self-reflexive feedback loop: when you put energy into a website, in turn the website helps form your own identity.